6 edition of **Infinite dimensional groups with applications** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1985**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
.

Written in English

- Lie groups.,
- Lie algebras.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by V. Kac. |

Series | Mathematical Sciences Research Institute publications ;, 4 |

Contributions | Kac, Victor G., 1943-, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Berkeley, Calif.), Conference on Infinite-dimensional Groups (1984 : Mathematical Sciences Research Institute) |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA387 .I565 1985 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 380 p. : |

Number of Pages | 380 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2536544M |

ISBN 10 | 0387962166 |

LC Control Number | 85017382 |

This book constitutes the proceedings of the Howard conference on “Infinite Dimensional Lie Groups in Geometry and Representation Theory”. It presents some important recent developments in this area. It opens with a topological characterizati. PDF Ebook Infinite Dimensional Groups and Algebras in Quantum Physics (Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs), by Johnny T. Ottesen. This letter could not influence you to be smarter, however the book Infinite Dimensional Groups And Algebras In Quantum Physics (Lecture Notes In Physics Monographs), By Johnny T. Ottesen that we provide will stimulate you to be smarter.

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The Lie Group Structure of Diffeomorphism Groups and Invertible Fourier Integral Operators with Applications.- On Landau-Lifshitz Equation and Infinite Dimensional Groups.- Flat Manifolds and Infinite Dimensional Kahler Geometry.- Positive-Energy Representations of the Group of Diffeomorphisms of the Circle.- Instantons and Harmonic Maps The purpose of the conference was to review recent developments of the theory of infinite-dimensional groups and its applications.

The present collection concentrates on three very active, interrelated directions of the field: general Kac-Moody groups, gauge groups (especially loop groups) and diffeomorphism groups.

“The book itself starts with (possibly infinite-dimensional) Lie groups and their algebras, defines the adjoint and co-adjoint representations, and then proceeds to central extensions. there are ample references to the enormous bibliography, which contains listings, so the interested reader can easily delve further if he or she Cited by: Ratiu 1 Diffeomorphism Groups and & R.

Schmid Invertible Fourier Integral Operators with Applications On Landau-Lifshitz Equation and E. Date 71 Infinite Dimensional Groups Flat Manifolds and Infinite D.

Freed 83 Dimensional Kahler Geometry Positive-Energy Representations R. Goodman of the Group of Diffeomorphisms of the Circle. “The book itself starts with (possibly infinite-dimensional) Lie groups and their algebras, defines the adjoint and co-adjoint representations, and then proceeds to central extensions.

there are ample references to the enormous bibliography, which contains listings, so the interested reader can easily delve further if he or she wishes. Description: This book takes the reader from the end of introductory Lie group theory to the threshold of infinite-dimensional group representations.

Merging algebra and analysis throughout, the author uses Lie-theoretic methods Infinite dimensional groups with applications book develop a beautiful theory having wide applications in mathematics and physics.

While infinite-dimensional groups often exhibit very peculiar features, this book describes unifying geometric ideas of the theory and gives numerous illustrations and examples, ranging from the classification of the Virasoro coadjoint orbits to knot theory, from optimal mass transport to moduli spaces of flat connections on surfaces.

Noncommutative Differential Geometry and Its Applications to Physics Yoshiaki Maeda, Hitoshi Moriyoshi, Hideki Omori, Daniel Sternheimer, Tatsuya Tate, Satoshi Watamura Limited preview - Loop groups, the simplest class of infinite dimensional Lie groups, have recently been the subject of intense study.

This book gives a complete and self-contained account of what is known about them from a geometrical and analytical point of view, drawing together the many branches of mathematics from which current theory developed--algebra, geometry, analysis, combinatorics, and the Price: $ In applications of group theory, it is difficult to separate finite from infinite groups in any satisfactory way.

The existence of double point groups arises from the existence of two-valued representations of the 3-dimensional rotation group. Infinite Dimensional Groups with Applications ().pdf writen by Victor G.

Kac: This volume records most of the talks given at the Conference on Infinite-dimensional Groups held at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley, California, Mayas a part of the.

Loop groups, the simplest class of infinite dimensional Lie groups, have recently been the subject of intense study. This book gives a complete and self-contained account of what is known about them from a geometrical and analytical point of view, drawing together the many branches of mathematics from which current theory developed--algebra, geometry, analysis, combinatorics, and the.

Infinite Dimensional Groups with Applications Malcolm Adams, Tudor Ratiu, Rudolf Schmid (auth.), V. Kac (eds.) This volume records most of the talks given at the Conference on Infinite-dimensional Groups held at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley, California, Mayas a part of the special program on Kac.

If the group is not compact, its irreducible representations are usually infinite-dimensional. A method for constructing such representations analogous to the classical matrix groups was proposed by I.M.

Gel'fand and M.A. Naimark [1], and became the starting point of an intensive development of the theory of unitary infinite-dimensional.

equations, and their applications range from quantum mechanics to meteo-rology. Although inﬁnite-dimensional Lie groups have been investigated for quite some time, the scope of applicability of a general theory of such groups is still rather limited.

The main reason for this is that inﬁnite-dimensional Lie groups exhibit very peculiar features. On some infinite dimensional linear groups. the book [17, ] and the surveys These results imply criteria of elementary equivalence for infinite-dimensional classical groups of types.

It opens with a topological characterization of regular groups, treats among other topics the integrability problem of various infinite dimensional Lie algebras, presents substantial contributions to important subjects in modern geometry, and concludes with interesting applications to representation theory.

The book should be a new source of. Functional analysis is a branch of mathematical analysis, the core of which is formed by the study of vector spaces endowed with some kind of limit-related structure (e.g.

inner product, norm, topology, etc.) and the linear functions defined on these spaces and respecting these structures in a suitable sense. The historical roots of functional analysis lie in the study of spaces of functions.

Proceedings of the Infinite Dimensional Lie Algebras and Groups, Luminy, Marseille, France, 4 – 8 July Infinite Super Grassmannians and Super Plücker Equations Bombay Lectures on Highest Weight Representations of Infinite Dimensional Lie.

'This book by A. Borodin and G. Olshanski is devoted to the representation theory of the infinite symmetric group, which is the inductive limit of the finite symmetric groups and is in a sense the simplest example of an infinite-dimensional group.

This book is the first work on the subject in the format of a conventional book, making the Cited by: 3. While discussing all classes of finite and infinite dimensional Lie algebras and Lie superalgebras in terms of their different classes of root systems, the book focuses on Kac-Moody algebras.

With numerous exercises and worked examples, it is ideal for graduate courses on Lie groups and Lie algebras.This monograph gives an overview of various classes of infinite-dimensional Lie groups and their applications in Hamiltonian mechanics, fluid dynamics, integrable systems, gauge theory, and complex geometry.

While infinite-dimensional groups often exhibit very peculiar features, this book describes unifying geometric ideas of the theory and.The simplest way to define infinite-dimensional Lie groups is to model them locally on Banach spaces (as opposed to Euclidean space in the finite-dimensional case), and in this case much of the basic theory is similar to that of finite-dimensional Lie groups.

However this is inadequate for many applications, because many natural examples of.